Stackology 1.20.10

Think my little “scene recap” idea worked out pretty well last week. Felt more comprehensive than picking a favorite book from the stack, but I think it was a tad too long, so expect a briefer piece this time out. Now of course, that’s exactly what I promise myself every time I start something new…but it usually never happens, you should know that up front. So let’s get to it and see how we do, shall we? Here’s the tracklisting…

NOLA #3
AZRAEL #4
COWBOY NINJA VIKING #3
AIR #17
SUPERMAN BATMAN #68
POWER GIRL #8
BRAVE AND THE BOLD #31
BATMAN STREETS OF GOTHAM #8
GREEN LANTERN CORPS #44
WOLVERINE WEAPON X #9
UNCANNY X-MEN #520
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #618
JOE THE BARBARIAN #1
DARK AVENGERS #13
SPIDER-WOMAN #5

#1- Vartox shows Power Girl his own personal fertility room, and explains exactly how it can be used to manifest a Pregno-Ray, that will save the people of Valeron from the contraceptive bomb they were all hit with. The scene is both completely strange and completely hilarious; two things comics should be more often. (Power Girl #8)

#2- Mogo purges Oa of every single Black Lantern in an obvious display of unbridled awesomeness that instantly rockets the scene to one of the strongest to come out of the entire Blackest Night event. Get this guy a mini-series, stat. (Green Lantern Corps #44)

#3- Psylocke carefully defuses a giant psychic bomb, which Dr. Rot created by stitching a bunch of human brains together. (Wolverine: Weapon X #9)

#4- After creating a way to keep Utopia from falling into the ocean while nobody was looking, Magneto tells Cyclops that he did it all to gain his trust, claiming that’s all he really wants anymore. Scott briefly thinks about it and then tells him he can’t have it. (Uncanny X-Men #520)

Okay folks, that’s all for one week. Back soon with more, and I’ll probably be posting the just finished Miranda Mercury triptych cover here in the next couple days, so be on the lookout for that. Thanks.

Also read: Star Wars: The Thrawn Trilogy, GI JOE: Cobra, Dark Avengers: Assemble…

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2 responses to “Stackology 1.20.10

  1. Peter Velez

    I liked the scene in Air when Bythe starts freaking out. I don’t know why but that evil Quetzalcoatl cracks me the hell out. Maybe because he’s so cartoony.

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